Oct 4

“Now I will break their yoke from your neck and tear your shackles away.” Nahum 1:13 NIV

If you’ve read my last two posts, you can see how moved I was by my visit at the prison.  The blood of Christ gives grace to us all.  It would have been difficult to sit in that classroom and look at Christ on the faces of the convicted felons and walk away unchanged.  
This song reminded me of them.  Their feet may be in shackles, but their souls are free.  Praise God.

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  • Paula Oct 4 at 4:51 am

    Hi Carol, great verse and a great song. Paula 🙂

  • Cristine Oct 4 at 8:10 am

    I love this song! It’s an amazing truth about the grace and mercy of the LORD. (And so much fun, too) Thanks for sharing.

    In Christ,

  • Kimberly Oct 4 at 12:03 pm

    What a PERFECT song to go with your last post! Makes me think of Paul in prison, singing praises to his Lord!!!

    This is one of my VERY favorite songs! The girls and I have cranked up both your song and Amy’s song this morning and rocked out for Jesus in the kitchen! Thanks for spreading the joy this morning!

    Love you! Hope you have a fantastic weekend in Him!!!
    K 🙂

  • Amy Wyatt Oct 4 at 1:14 pm

    So cool that you got to go visit the prison. Love this song.

  • Debra Oct 4 at 2:49 pm


    This was great! I loved the song and what a great verse.

    As a side note…I used to work as a probation officer. We had specific rules about what we were allowed to say to those who were getting ready to be placed on probation. I would always sit outside and pray before going in and ask the Lord to make my conduct such toward them that they would ask me about Him…so that way I could share.

    Prison ministry is awesome. May the Lord bless you!

  • Mocha with Linda Oct 4 at 4:11 pm

    Amen! Thanks for sharing!

  • Peggy Oct 4 at 4:46 pm

    Blessings Carol,

    You are my first priority at the public pay cyber. Perfect verse and song to accompany your recent visits to the prison & the ministry to train those 31 men in seminary, gave you a new lesson for the information for your book. What's better than that is the new perspective God has revealed to you on being FREE & HIS aMazing Grace! Pretty extreme research yet lessons of the heart & change are irreplaceable!!!and so are you!

    I can read but usually my comment is what didn't get through and since you come in my email, I've been staying kinda in touch! Miss you, too! I can remember my trips with my husband & also with my church to the Stillwater Prison and the slam of those prison doors behind you! Are you part of a ministry to Prison & I missed that in your previous 2 posts? Seems like that's what viewers think! I loved your photo. You take it easy
    and stay guarded & blessed!Matthew 25:36 certainly needs to be lived out. That's what one of my little churches does here, visits the Prison…so far I have not ventured there. A little more dangerous but much more freedom happens inside than outside those bars!Enjoy a wonderful TSMSS & weekend in the Lord!

  • Michele Williams Oct 4 at 5:43 pm

    Great song! Thanks for sharing. Blessings to you

  • Earthmommy Oct 4 at 7:09 pm

    I was so moved by this song and your testimony about the prison. Thank you for this blessing.

  • lana Oct 4 at 8:58 pm

    I love this song!

  • Bonnie Oct 4 at 10:48 pm

    And here I was ready to fall asleep on my feet… thanks for the song! I was dancing right along. 🙂 Blessings!

  • Chatty Kelly Oct 5 at 1:55 am

    It’s amazing how a bible verse with the lyrics can bring the song to life. Thanks for putting that together for me. Loved it.

  • Lisa Ann Oct 5 at 5:42 am

    Beautiful verse and song.

  • Cheryl Oct 6 at 3:32 am

    Hey Carol,

    Great song. Thanks for sharing.

    Your post on going in the prison, very good.


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